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Aug 16, 2012 8:00am PDT
it will allow wikileaks to assange to remain in its embassy in london indefinitely, but british authorities have threatened to storm the embassy and arrest assange anyway. we will speak with john and assange's lawyer michael ratner and get a report from outside the embassy in london. thousands of young, undocumented immigrants waited in lines as long as a mile yesterday to apply to temporarily remain and work in the united states legally. >> these are young people who study in our schools, play in our neighborhoods, friends with our kids from a pledge allegiance to our flag. they are americans in their hearts and minds, and every single way but one -- on paper. >> arizona governor jan brewer has issued an executive order barring immigrants are granted a reprieve from receiving public benefits or getting a driver's license. we will speak with journalist roberto lovato the mexican poet javier sicilia whose son was is launching aar b caravan against drug policy. ourselvesere to tell in them we will not turn this pain and our soul and body in more violence, but help to restore love, peace, justice,
Aug 3, 2012 8:00am PDT
oppositions. >> we had millions of supporters around the world. it is more of an issue now of just wikileaks or just julian. this is now an issue of justice. >> before doing assange took refuge in ecuador, he interviewed the ecuadorean president about wikileaks. >> president correa, why did you want us to release all the cables? >> we have nothing to fear, nothing to hide. your wikileaks have made us stronger. >> we will speak with peter kornbluh, who wrote a story of a wikileaks. this is democracy now!,, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the u.s. and arab league special envoy to syria coakley and has announced his mechanic -- resignation after failing to bring to an and more than a year of violence. he said both sides had failed to respect the cease-fire plan. >> the increase in the militarization on the ground and a clear lack of clarity in the security council have fundamentally changed the circumstances for the effective exercise of my role. yet, the bloodshed continues. most of all, because of syrian government intransigence and refusal to implement the six- po
Jul 31, 2012 9:00pm EDT
, the nomadic founder of the website wikileaks, is under legal and personal attack from the u.s. government for publishing military and diplomatic secrets. when we met him, he was under house arrest in the english countryside, where we conducted the most extensive television interview he's given about his life, his beliefs, and his concern about being charged and extradited to the united states. >> it is completely outrageous. it is the worst form of censorship we have seen by the united states since the 1950s, since the mccarthy era. >> are you surprised? >> i am surprised, actually. >> but you are screwing with the forces of nature. [ticking] >> [blows whistle] >> you might not think of sugar, corn, or metal as material that can cause a catastrophic explosion in a factory. but when they're ground into dust and suspended in the air, all it takes is a small spark to set off a disaster. >> if this material were gasoline, there would be no doubt in any owner's or operator's mind what needed to be done. >> that would be an emergency. >> absolutely. >> is dust functionally the same thing? >> it
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Aug 4, 2012 8:30pm PDT
evidence of media bias. e-mail us at and next, wikileaks pulls a fast one. >> wikileaks runs by the favorite mouth piece and how did this happen and how can you trust what you read and how does the media react to mike bloomberg's new plan to ban baby formula and push for ban baby formula and push for more breast [ male announcer ] if you had a dollar for every dollar car insurance companies say they'll save yoby switching, you'd have like, a ton of dollars. but how are they saving you those dollars? a lot of companies might answer "um" or, "no comment." then there's esurance. born online, raised by technology, and majors in efficiency. so whatever they save, you save. hassle, time, paperwork, hair-tearing-out, and yes, especially dollars. esurance. insurance for the modern world. click or call. >> well, this is bill keller, from the new york times. formerly the editor and sometimes the topic of discussion on fox news watch. this is an article titled wikileaks, a postscript which appeared earlier this week, attributed to keller and it starts off with, as rumors build about th
Aug 19, 2012 6:30pm EDT
and will have an update for you. >> the founder of wikileaks is speaking out from london. we will tell you what he said about virginian bradley manning. >> also ahead president obama and of men romney had something in common on the sunday. >> and why the government is investigating a farm that produces cantaloupes. >> wikileaks founder, julian assange, is speaking out from his posh prison in the ecuador embassy in london. we have been following this story today. this is the first time he has spoken out in months. >> a lot of people were waiting to hear from him. wikileaks captured the world attention by publishing a mountain of american military secrets. now he is urging the u.s. to back off from what he views as a campaign to persecute and prosecute him for telling the truth. >> i ask president obama to do the right thing. the united states must renounce its witch hunt against wikileaks. >> julian assange stands on the balcony of the place has become his home in prison as he addressed a crowd of reporters and supporters gathered on the streets of london. he has been hiding out
Aug 18, 2012 5:00am EDT
forbes wikileaks in sweden because of the country's laws protecting whistle-blowers. now he has his heart set on ecuador. this week, we witnessed the kind of diplomatic international incident that wikileaks used to cause. >> julian assange once traveled the globe championing freedom of information and apparently rewriting the rules of what could and could not be kept secret. now his world has shrunk to two rooms at the back of the ecuadorean embassy in london, but even this refuge may not be safe, for the british government has made clear diplomatic immunity might be revoked. >> it is unprecedented. it is a letter from the u.k. authorities about the possibility of going into the embassy to pick him up. that is what mystifies me. i am still shocked about it. the application of that is so massive. if they would indeed do it, i think that would actually jeopardize the concept of diplomacy forever. >> with supporters bearing police were about to storm the embassy, the counterculture arrived -- with supporters fearing police were about to storm the embassy. the ecuadorian government, meanwhile
Aug 19, 2012 6:30pm EDT
contra el "wikileaks". >> también vamos con toda la información. >> este es su noticiero univisión fin de semana con félix de bedout y lourdes ramos. >> buenas tardes y bienvenidos al noticiero univisión, agobiados por los asesinatos el pueblo de puerto rico votó para disminuir el referéndum, vamos con los detalles desde san juan, la votación y resultados son los siguientes, el no tiene 51% y el sí, el 48,4%., >> está muy empatada las cifras, vamos con los detalles. >> miles de puertorriqueños acudieron a las urnas para reducir el número de legisladores, y esto transcurrió en completo orden. >> todo fácil. >> veo mucha gente. >> es rápido y más fácil, solo haces dos cruz y sigues caminando. >> el principal retador de gobernador luís fortuño y gracias por alejandro garcía padilla respaldan el sí pero los del no identificaron su campaña con ricky martin. >> acá el país va a cantar victoria, solo cuando tengamos más calles seguras. >> los que promueven el sí dicen que ayudar a los legisladores, pero el no dicen que sí le quitaran el derecho a los pobres. >> el pueblo
Aug 13, 2012 8:00am EDT
site, supporting wikileaks because mastercard, visa and paypal have stopped funding services for wikileaks. supporting the demonstrators in the middle east. oftentimes the most dramatic operations done by people and anonymous are attacks is people who are defending, sorry, who are trying to attack anonymous itself. so when a contract in februar february 2011 gave an interview for the financial times with the ceo said he had identified members of anonymous and its leadership, a group of them went out of this gentleman with vengeance and attacked his servers and so thousands of e-mails and published them online. it was really a devastating attack on his reputation and career. but again, very dramatic when it comes to self-preservation. >> does anonymous still exist today. are the still anonymous or have they been identified? >> certainly some support is very key organizers with an anonymous have been identified because they have been arrested. the only other time that someone would be identified is if they've been what they call doc by someone else or a viable hacker. but certa
Aug 20, 2012 6:00pm EDT
against wikileaks. the united states must dissolve its fbi investigation >> wikileaks founder julian assange speaks from the ecuadorean embassy in london as dozens of british police officers looked on. we will hear his full address and comments from his supporters, tariq ali and former british ambassador craig murray. then to russia where members of the puck and pussy riot have been sentenced to two years in prison for staging an anti-putin protest inside a church. >> i think it is an absolute disgrace to russia and to the entire region government that women can be sentenced for speaking against a country that is, quite frankly, [unintelligible] >> finally, dark money. how nonprofits can spend millions on elections and call it public welfare. propublica looks at how karl rove and. >> brothers have formed non profits to spend record amounts of unlimited campaign donations on attack ads. all that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!,", the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. wikileaks founder julian assange emerged from inside the ecuadorean embassy london on
Aug 19, 2012 6:30pm PDT
el instituto de la nación . >> y durante unos minutos el integrante de wikileaks se dirgió desde la embajada de ecuador, diciendo que barack obama renuncie a la cacería , este además esta siendo defendido por garzon . >> el dice que continuara haciendolo, pues erradicara los derechos de wikileaks y todos quienes estén bajo esta situaciones, además le recordo a estados unidos que parte de esto fue redactado por el new york times . >> el reino unido señaló que será además retenido por suecia, por el delito de abuso . >;> esto es delito en suecia al no tener relaciones con preservativo ,además un obispo que estuvvo en hungria por último señaló julian assange que mientras wikileaks no sea mal, estará presente, además las pussy riot, estaría en boga por el mismo . >> y gracias jorge, hoy continuaron las fumigaciones por el virus del nilo en texas, ya van muchas personas desde que le enfermedad apareció por primera vez . >> el brote de salmonella lleva dos muetos, la causa de la infesccion seria por melones en una granja de indiana, en kentucky se llevan más registros .
Aug 11, 2012 7:00pm EDT
. >> was there a relationship between wikileaks and the occupy wall st movement and anonymous and lulzsec? >> i think it was definitely a lot of support between the two sides. there was an overlap of -- and terms of left wing libertarianism. a lot of guys will align themselves with that ethos. certainly the kinds of processes they were using to propagate ideas and spread the word about an event, the people from occupy wall street could use those kinds of processes. people from anonymous were a part of occupy wall street as well. so there was definitely overlap there. nothing really official. but a some dyadic relationship. as far as wikileaks, one of the things i learned from reporting on anonymous and lulzsec was the guys that lulzsec were invited into a chat room where they could talk to representatives of wikileaks. one claimed to be julian assange himself. there was video evidence of this which was up loaded to youtube, showing julian assange at the laptop at the same time as a discussion happening with the lulzsec hackers and then deleted moments later. at that time, wikileaks or the representat
Aug 16, 2012 6:30pm PDT
the diplomatic standoff between britain and ecuador over the extradition of wikileaks founder julian assage has escalated dramatically. >> ecuador has granted asylum to assange, but britain says this does not change its obligation to extradite him to sweden. swedish authorities want to question him about allegations of sexual assault, but he could also then be handed on to the united states where ecuador fears he could face the death penalty in connection with stolen information. >> in a show of solidarity, supporters of julian assange gathered. addressing the press, ecuador's foreign minister voiced concerns that neither sweet nor the u.k. could give assange a fair trial. the ecuadorian government, after carrying out a fair evaluation of the situation, explain to us by mr. assange and listening to his own arguments, shares his fears and assumes there is evidence which allows us to presume that he could face political persecution if the appropriate measures are not taken. assange fears that sweden could extradite him to the united states where he could potentially face charges
Aug 8, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> what single thing has come of of the -- out of the huge wikileaks document that has made a fundamental change in people's lives? >> i think it plays some role in what we're seeing in the era of uprisings. it played a role. we're doing a project of drilling down beyond the headlines. it has played a role in moving people to see some of the backroom dealings of u.s. foreign policy. it has exposed people to think harder. i do think it played a role in leading people in tunisia and egypt to look at some of the cables and see what people already knew in their gut the soccer field in wikileaks about the alliances between u.s. foreign policy with the most repressive elements in those countries. let's hope that changes as the uprisings continue. anytime you can learn more about what is being done in our name, it is critical. that is part of what transparency is about. the freedom of information act is still not working well under the obama administration. some of that is pos/t 9/11. in los war will lead to a decline in information transparency access. anytime you can have less sequence -- secr
Aug 20, 2012 4:00am EDT
-- the wikileaks founder lashed out at the u.s., reading a list of demands. >> the united states must renounce its witch hunt against wikileaks. the united states must pledge before the world that it will not stop journalists for shining a light on the secret crimes of the powerful. >> it's the latest bizarre scheme in his fight against extradition to sweden. assange was arrested in london in 2010 accused of sexually assaulting two former wikileaks volunteers in sweden. >> if it's true, wrs the evidence. >> he says it's a smear campaign, retribution for putting the u.s. government's mill tariff secrets on wikileaks. he's afraid the swedes will pass him to the united states for a trial and possibly the death penalty. the alleged source, army private bradley manning is facing criminal charges and a life sentence. assange called manning a hero and political hero. >> bradley manning must be released. >> there was no mention of the sexual assault allegations or his extradition. assange ran out of legal options in may when britain's highest court shot down his appeal. ecuador granted him asylum, but to
Aug 17, 2012 8:00am PDT
passage to wikileaks founder julian assange despite ecuador's decision to grant him political asylum. assange remains inside the ecuadorian embassy in london where he has stayed for almost two months in an attempt to avoid extradition to sweden for questioning over sex crime accusations. chilean assange's lawyers say he fears sweden will then action but him to the united states to face charges of the leaking of secret u.s. military diplomatic files. on thursday, the british foreign secretary william hague said assange would be arrested if he leaves the embassy. >> we're disappointed by the statement by ecuador's foreign minister today that ecuador has offered political asylum to julian assange. under our law, with mr. assange having exhausted all options of appeal, the british authorities are under a binding obligation to extradite him to sweden. we must carry out that obligation. we fully intend to do so. the ecuadorean government decision this afternoon does not change that in any way. in order to change the current circumstances in any way. >> britain has also tried to raid the em
Aug 19, 2012 6:00pm PDT
>> jeff: tonight the man behind wikileaks speaks out, during an unusual appearance at the ecuadorian embassy julian assange claims its u.s. government is carrying out a witch-hunt. kelly cobiella in london has the latest. syria's president emerges for the cameras in damascus. clarissa ward tells us u.n. clarissa ward tells us u.n. monitors are leaving the country. new york state gets set to release its long-awaited decision on fracking, the controversial gas drilling process. decision on fracking, the controversial gas drilling process. and diana nyad's superswim can. she endure exhaustion and treacherous waters to become the first person to swim from cuba to florida? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor. he's an australian citizen wanted in sweden, holed up in england. but julian assange's primary target is the united states. today the man behind wikileaks spoke from the ecuadorian embassy in london where he's been granted asylum and said the u.s. government is carrying out a witch-hunt. kelly co
Aug 18, 2012 5:00am PDT
't want to go back to sweden. >> here's the thing. i feel like the wikileaks thing it's like a movie. who can you trust, right? because there's -- why -- if that's the case, assange says i offered the swedes and i'd go talk to them, am i supposed to believe the swedes have a nefarious plan? >> we need to step back and look at wikileaks. wikileaks in my view is the most snifg can't single enterprise. what he did with cablegate, the afghan logs, pentagon, there's been over 300,000 stories around the world based off the reporting, based on the documents wikileaks have released. almost every major news story you check out there's a wikileaks connection to it. he's angered the most powerful governments in the world. that's why he's in this situation. >> can i ask a question? >> sure. >> given the fact that britain is signaling its willingness to like you said destroy this protocol of diplomatic immunity, why would it be easier for him to be extradited from sweden than britain? >> the idea that these rape charges are a rouse, why do -- >> he's frad he's going to be extradited from the uk as wel
Aug 5, 2012 8:00am PDT
perpetrated by wikileaks. bill keller on that bizarre episode, media bias, and feelings about fox news. i'm howard kurtz, and this is "reliable sources." >>> now if you had to pick a moment, a snapshot, a glimpse of the tensions between romney and the press corps, it would have to be this. at the tail end of a foreign trip consumed by negative headlines, the republican candidate was walking toward his car after a wreath-laying ceremony within earshot of reporters. >> governor romney? >> can you comment on the mishaps during your trip? >> governor romney, do you have a statement for the palestinians? >> what about your gaffe? >> governor romney, do you feel that your gaffes have overshadowed your foreign trip? >> this is a holy site for the polish people. show some respect. >> we haven't had the opportunity to ask questions. >> this is a holy site for the polish people. show some respect. >> all right. the press doesn't look great in poland, but the reporters were a model of decorum compared to rick gorham. who's to blame for the deteriorating relationship with the media? joining us, debra
Aug 19, 2012 11:35pm PDT
brujas contra wikileaks y que libere al soldado bradley manning que espera juicio por traiciÓn a la patria. defendido por el ex magistrado espaÑol baltazar garzÓn. >>> ha manifestado que siempre ha defendido la verdad, la justicia y los derechos huchl nos y va a continuar haciÉndolo. y varÍa vindicar los derechos de wikileaks, asÍ como todos aquellos que son investigadors como Él mismo, por estos hechos >>> assange agradeciÓ al presidente correa y otros mandatarios latinoamericanos por el apoyo brindado. y recordÓ a estados unidos, que fue publicado por uno de los periÓdicos mÁs influyentes del mundo, el new york time. >>> nuestra decisiÓn soberana de otorgar asilo diplomÁtico al seÑor julian assange. >>> no permitirÁ que abandone la embajada en cuanto pise suelo fuera de la misma la justicia quiere que enfrente cargos por delitos sexuales. 2 mujeres lo han acusado de haber sostenido relaciones sexuales sin utilizar preservativo, y es un delito en suecia y su abogado pi don un salvoconducto para abandonar el paÍs. si no tiene un intento de salida, existe el precedente
Jul 31, 2012 11:35pm PDT
en el automÓvil de paya. >>> a quÉ se debe la visita de la madre del fundador de wikileaks a ecuador. envÍenos comentarios a twitter, con el numera ediciÓn nocturna, mÁs adelante en pantalla. >>> la situaciÓn del polÍtico espaÑol conducÍa el automÓvil donde muriÓ el lÍder opositor cubano, paya, se torna difÍcil, el gobierno de cuba lo sentarÁ en el banco de los acusados, de ser culpable, pasarÍa aÑos en la cÁrcel vrc como explica jorge. >>> el periÓdico oficial cubano, confirmÓ lo que era vox populi que el que conducÍa el automÓvil en que muriÓ paya, estÁ siendo instruido por cargos de homicidio, se encuentra en un centro del ministerio cubano en la habana. tambiÉn se hablÓ de la desinformaciÓn, a partidos de derecha espaÑoles, y norteamericanos y chilenos, y a grupos del exilio cubano. >>> el candidato republicano en estados unidos, el departamento de estado, y curiosamente, el vocero de la presidencia de chile, estuviÉron en el puÑado de calumniadores que pidieron una investigaciÓn transparente. >>> se dice que no fue de turista, sino como miembro de esp
Aug 19, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >> the founder of wikileaks his dand of president obama. what he isl you more likethe u.s. -- what he is demanding the u.s. stop doing. and what mitt romney and wikileaks founder julian assange spoke out in london. he was granted asylum by .cuador he thanked supporters and talked demanding his release. >> [inaudible] on wednesday, he sent his -- detention.5th day of the maximum is 120 day. >> british officials insist they will like give him say passage embassy.e is currently facing sex charges in sweden. president rocco, he said -- obama, he said, stop the witch hunt on wikileaks. the president, first lady and attended daughters street froms the house.te tomorrow, the president does not n appearances on his schedule. speaking with the battleground states. familyronnie and his church today. he attended a mormon settlement meeting near his summer vacation in new hampshire. less than 30 minutes on "washington weekly," we will have a one-on-one interview potentiallican vice candidate paul ryan. >> how will things look for tomorrow? check in with steve. [ [ male announcer ] do youu support
Aug 16, 2012 7:00am EDT
news." >> wikileaks founder julian assange, a diplomatic ro w. protests outside ecuador embassy in london as there are threats tour arrest mr. astonished -- to arrest mr. astsange. hello and welcome to gmt. i'm george alagiah. pakistan both the military under tax. they stormed the air force base near islamabad. the duke of edinburgh is being treated for a bladder infection, the third time he's been in the hospital in less than a year. it's midday in london, 7:00 in the morning in washington, 6:00 in the morning in quito, ecuador, where an announcement is expected on whether to grant political asylum to wikileaks founder julian assange. he is in the country posing london embassy to avoid extradition to sweden to face sexual assault allegations. he says the case is politically motivated. even before the decision is made public, it has led to a diplomatic row between britain and del prado. -- between britain and ecuador. >> it is nearly two months since julian assange enter this building in london which houses the embassy of ecuador. he asked for asylum. been trying to avoid extrad
Aug 20, 2012 5:30am EDT
:31. wikileaks founder made his first public remans marks in monthsspeaking from a balcony in the ecuadorian embassy seek asylum there to avoid extradition to sweden where he is wanted for questioning about sexual assault. u.s. is going after him after hepublished thousands of classified documents and he wants the u.s. to back off. >> president obama, i ask you to do the right thing. the united states must renounce the witch hunt against wikileaks. >> assange is calling for bradley manning the soldier accused of giving the documents to wikileaks to have his trial ended that's currently going on here in maryland at fort meade. >>> moms and dads this will have you shaking your head a florida teacher could come back to class after being accused of force-feeding a student crayons and play do. the teacher has been fighting to get her job back after taking the case to court. a judge issued an order that the district reenstate her job. she denies force-feeding the student saying she used a hot sauce to keep him from eating the crayons. >>> 73-year-old grandmother used a barbeque fork to fight off a
Aug 19, 2012 9:00pm CDT
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Aug 5, 2012 11:00am EDT
wikileaks. what happened? >> well, actually i did defend wikileaks in a -- an online exchange with a media reporters. but what happened, what you're referring to was a fake. it was -- which wikileaks itself took credit for the end of the day. of course with everybody faking things, you can't really be sure whether the wikileaks tweet claiming credit was a fake or not. >> what was it like? i mean, even some of your colleagues were re-tweeting or sending out this clent thomment they thought this column was by bill keller. what was it like to be on the receiving end of this forgery? >> you know, initially it was annoying. then it seemed silly and -- you know, i guess my -- part of me felt like it was a waste of a good sunday afternoon because it generated so much discussion and buzz and kerr ffuffle. by the end of the day i managed to extract a few discussions on it. one, it was fascinating to see how the social media community gathers and does friendsiorensi something. by the time i saw the fake odd ed, the twittersphere knew of it fake. they were talking about the domain name, how did they
Aug 30, 2012 5:30am EDT
in the wikileaks case. prosecutors are askiig a evidence of other misconduct in their cass against private first class bradley manning. they said wednesday they have evidence showing that manning knew he shouldn't present classified information to people who weren't authorized to receive it.manning is accused of sending hundreds of thousands of pages of classified information to the website wiki-leaks. the judge in the george zimmerman case haa been asked to step down. down.judge kenneth lester was dissualified for language he used in setting zimmermanns one-million dollar bail. quote - "flouted" and "tried to manipulate" the system. zimmerman's lawyers argued the comments jeopardized his rightt to a fair trial. zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of trayvon martin. he's pleaded nnt guilty... saying he shot the unarmed teen in self-defense. penn state university will soon ave to give back á14 yearsá worth of football n-c-double-a's punishment against the university for the jerry sandusky child abuse scandal. the school says it'll return all football trophies w
Aug 16, 2012 6:00pm EDT
washington. ecuador offers asylum for wikileaks julian assange, held up in their building. >> it does not change, we will not allow mr. assange safe passage out of the united kingdom. >> police in south africa open fire on striking miners. several workers are killed. and seems reminiscent of former days. in one corner of syria, the government has taken control with the kurds with big ambitions to change the middle east. welcome to our viewers on pbs america and also around the globe. tonight ecuador has granted mr. assange asylum but there is a hitch. he is holed up with britain saying they have no intentions for him to leave the country. there is urgent meeting to take place next week. we have more on this. >> outside of the ecuadoran embassy this morning, feelings were running high against britain and for julian assange. there were some scuffles and few arrests. people that see him as a man of information and one facing persecution. but it's mr. assange that is aing they have a duty to arrest. today's ecuador's government accused britain of continuing bullying. >> ecuador believes t
Aug 19, 2012 4:00am PDT
wikileaks whistleblower bradley manning promises a presentation about his client at georgetown university. thanks for starting your morning with us. 've got much more ahead on cnn sunday morning which starts right now. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "shen sunday morning." >> my understanng is that the british would arrest him and extradite him to sweden. >> wikileaks founder julian assange holed up in the ecuadorian embassy in london. wait until you hear how he may try to escape. we'll have a report from the scene. >>> plus, an exclusive look at romney's economic team. just who are the pele that he expects to help him turn the economy around if he's elected? >>> and later, an unlikely police chief, a swimmer who won't give up, and the woman on the arm of the v.p. hopeful. we'll bring you this week's most intriguing people. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 7:00 on the east coast. 4:00 a.m. on the west. thanks for starting your morning with us. in about 30 minutes we expect to hear from julian assange, wikileaks founder, who sparked international outrag
Aug 13, 2012 8:00pm EDT
of pirated bay because this is a piracy site. representative -- supporting wikileaks. supporting the pro-democracy demonstrators in the middle east. oftentimes, the most dramatic operation is done by people in anonymous are attacks against people who are defending -- sorry, who are trying to attack anonymous itself. self-defense. an item security contractor into the purity dozen 11 given in to beat the financial times were the ceos said that he had identified members of anonymous, a group went after this gentleman with a vengeance this and attacked his servers and stole thousands of his e-mails and published an online. it was really a devastating attack and his reputation and career. again, very dramatic when it comes to self preservation. >> so, parmy olson, does anonymous still exist today? are they still anonymous, or have they been identified? >> certainly some supporters, very key organizers with an anonymous seven identified because they have been arrested. the only other time that someone will be identified as if they have been what they call box by someone else or rival hacker. i
Aug 16, 2012 6:30pm PDT
entre ecuador y inglaterra por el fundador de wikileaks. muchos evacuados por los incendios. violento ♪ (mÚsica) ♪ >>> ecuador le concediÓ asilo al fundador de wikileaks as ssange estÁ encerrado en la embajada de londres, pero para salir necesita un salvo conducto kequ el gobierno de inglaterra no estÁ dispuesto a entregar fÉlix >>> jorge para poner tododo est en contexto, vÁmonos al comienza de la chris trahistoria comenza aÑo 2006, es el aÑo de fundaciÓn de wikileaks y quÉ era willy quiques era uwikileaks una pÁgina de bueno skzÓn para dor informaciÓn que ponÍa intereses de gobierno o entidades privadas en actos de corrupciÓn, incluso la primera actividad fue un caso de corrupciÓn de un banco europeo, pero se hizo famoso un video kedel aÑo 2007 donde se ve un lee equipo to helicÓptero apache disparando a civiles y periodistas, detrÁs de todo esto julian assange el fundador de esta pÁgina, quiÉn es? un periodista de 41 aÑos australiano experto en informÁtica y jacquer, fue portada de la revista times, estuvo cerca de ser el personaje del aÑo en el 2010 par
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